Living While Black
June 16, 2020 • 9:00 AM • Webcast
Please join us for an online event with a distinguished group of speakers from our Black community at Duke. Faculty scholars will discuss the background, dimensions and impact of racism and racist policies and structures, and students and staff will share their perspectives and insights. We will also discuss actionable steps to move forward. This will be a first step to fully engage all members of our community to consider new ways to advance Duke's goals toward achieving racial justice and equity.
Sponsored by the Office for Institutional Equity and the Office of the Vice Provost for Faculty Advancement
Registration is required for this online event. If you do not have a Zoom account on duke.zoom.us using your netID[at]duke.edu, you must create an account before registering. Please go to duke.zoom.us and create an account using your netID[at]duke.edu. Then, when registering for the event, it is critical that you use your netID[at]duke.edu email address rather than an alias (e.g., firstname.lastname[at]duke.edu).
This event is for Duke faculty, staff, and students only. It is not open to the public.